Introduction: Formal Opposition in the Casual Academy
AbstractUnsatisfied with the incrementalism of managed reform, contingent academics across the United States and Canada have articulated their struggles in ways both conclusive and generative. At once a voicing and a connecting, that articulation is partly the resounding result of committed organizing, partly a promise of future action. In the essays that follow, contingent labor activists recount the history and context from which Equity Week emerged, and offer important insights for furthering the struggle.
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